Le Monde Diplomatique’s Serge Halimi dissects the collective suicide of France’s center-left — and how its new far left can pick up the pieces.
Daniel Zamora is a postdoctoral sociologist at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and Cambridge University.
A universal basic income would shore up the market. We need ideas that shrink it.
Adolph Reed on assumptions about black voters, the legacy of the Sanders campaign, and the task ahead.
The politics of The Hunger Games series aren’t as revolutionary as they’ve been hyped to be.
André Glucksmann died last month. Why did he and so many other French intellectuals turn to the right after May 1968?
Foucault was not asking the “right questions.” And the answers he came up with helped disorient the Left.
Late in life, Michel Foucault developed a curious sympathy for neoliberalism.